Mexico Fuel Week October 21-24, 2019 Sheraton Mexico City
The ever-evolving fuel marketplace presents complex challenges and unparalleled opportunities in Mexico. The impact which will be felt both North and South of the border by major oil companies and independents. This 2-part educational event shows you the good, the bad, and the ugly parts of expanding your refined products business in Mexico.
Mexico Fuel Week brings together importers, exporters, jobbers and retailers to gain market intelligence, data and valuable industry contacts to help you understand the realities of the cross-border fuel marketplace. This 2-part event consists of Fuel Importation & Marketing Strategies and the Mexico-U.S. Petroleum Summit – attend one or both sessions, but you’ll save big when you sign up for the entire Mexico Fuel Week.
No other event focused on the downstream energy reform in Mexico covers such a broad spectrum of topics – you’ll get both high-level regulatory and legislative information, plus real-world experiences, case studies and analytics. Mexico Fuel Week provides opportunities to learn how to import and export physical fuel, an open forum to pose questions and receive answers, and networking events designed to foster partnerships.
See you in Mexico City!
Dolores Santos Fuel Supply Expert, OPIS by IHS Markit
Jared Alarcon Business Development, OPIS by IHS Markit
Mario Guido Partner, Strategic Business Development
“Real time information about rapidly reforming Mexican energy market. Excellent networking opportunities.”-Jon Scharingson, Executive Director of Sales & Marketing, Renewable Energy Group
-Jon Scharingson, Executive Director of Sales & Marketing, Renewable Energy Group
Watch this video for a sneak peek at this leading industry event featuring informational presentations, strategic workshops, and countless networking opportunities in Mexico City.
Learn how to purchase fuel from a U.S. supplier, import it into Mexico and price and market it effectively.
Industry experts from both sides of the border analyze the future of Mexico’s fuel supply, infrastructure and regulations.
Mexico Fuel Week features a full schedule of legislative and technical updates coupled with several key opportunities for relationship building and networking with your current and prospective customers. Get your brand at the forefront of this event aimed at the cross-border downstream fuel industry.
Interested service/equipment suppliers, fuel sellers/marketers, consultants and others allied to this industry have an opportunity to make their message and brand stand out from the crowd. Raise your profile and increase sales with a sponsorship of this event.
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“Real world experiences from businesses trying to enter and grow in Mexico.”– Jim Langley, Stillwater Associates
– Jim Langley, Stillwater Associates
“A unique opportunity to network across the oil and refined products industry.” – Matthew Muenster, Sr Manager Applied Knowledge, Breakthrough Fuels
– Matthew Muenster, Sr Manager Applied Knowledge, Breakthrough Fuels
Oil Price Information Service (OPIS) believes there should be complete price transparency across the oil supply chain so that all stakeholders can buy and sell petroleum products confidently. We provide that transparency through educational courses, software tools, real-time news and pricing services, and market-specific benchmark pricing reports. Being a reliable information source with world-class customer service is important to us, as it helps fulfill our mission to enable customers to make smarter, more informed decisions. Navigating oil price volatility is tough – OPIS strives to make it a little easier. OPIS is an IHS Markit company. Learn more at www.opisnet.com.
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